Samuel Hoadley-Brill

Samuel Hoadley-Brill is a Research & Writing Fellow at the African American Policy Forum and a second-year Ph.D. student in the Philosophy program at the CUNY Graduate Center. His main research interests are in moral, social, and political philosophy, with particular focus on questions about race; he is currently exploring debates about racism and antiracism, the metaphysics of race, and racial justice and injustice.

Aside from racial issues, he is interested in issues in metaethics and social epistemology, especially debates in the so-called "culture wars." Sam received his B.A. in Philosophy in 2019 from UC Santa Barbara. His undergraduate honors thesis, supervised by Nathan Salmon, is entitled "Meinongian Merits and Maladies."


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